Question about Computers & Internet
You mean your router is not sending or broadcasting a signal?
1) make sure that the router is set on bridge mode ( if your modem is the one using the PPPOE settings) if not then you have to bridge your modem and make sure that your router is the one using the PPPOE settings provided by your ISP.
2) make sure that the ETHERNET cable is properly connected and without any flaws.
3) check your firewall settings as well for this will not allow you to connect to a new wireless network connection.
4) be sure that the router's MAC FILTERING is turned off, if not then leave it off.
try this first and if this will not work send me a message so that i can give you some more tips.
Posted on Apr 10, 2011
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